Music Lessons Las Vegas, Nevada

Renaissance Music Academy
1221 S Eastern Ave #210, Henderson, NV 89052
Tel: (702) 270-8777

Classical Music School WITH EXPERIENCED INSTRUCTORS

Music Lessons in Las Vegas, NV

Renaissance Music Academy provides its students with the best music lessons Las Vegas, Nevada has to offer!  We are a prestigious music school in Henderson, NVOur music school near Las Vegas, NV offers lessons for various types of musical instruments. Some of the instruments we offer music lessons for include pianoviolin, cello, vocalguitarmusic theory, music harmony, and music composition in Nevada. All ages of children and adults are welcome to attend our music lessons. Our goal is to provide  high quality musical education to the public, for an affordable price.

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Music Lessons in Las Vegas for Children & Adults of All Ages

No need to be experienced with music. All skill levels are welcome. In addition, Autistic children are welcome to attend music lessons at Renaissance Music Academy as well. Becoming a musician is beneficial for development of the human brain in many ways, even if the musician isn’t planning on being a professional. The music instructors at Renaissance Music Academy are experienced professionals. All of our instructors have had formal conservatory training and years of experience with teaching. In addition to being experienced, our instructors are extremely passionate about teaching music as well. As a result of our passion for teaching, we have proudly helped many children strengthen their mental and physical abilities in many ways. Some of those improvements include posture, coordination, ability to follow instruction, social skills, and more!

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Parents and students have become true believers in the our music school.  Students take from one to four private one-hour lessons a week. Along with a mandatory one-hour weekly group class of music theory.  On Sundays, an ensemble class with students playing different instruments together.